Ruler of the 4th House in Houses

Ruler of the 4th house in the 1st house

Queen of HawaiiThe activities of the 4th house serve the agenda of the 1st house. Familial relationships, cultural inheritances, and family traditions serve our outlook on life and self-image. The traditions we were brought up with influence our behavior and mannerisms. Family ties, culture and tradition are at the very forefront of our personality. Our cultural ties inform our viewpoint. The traditions we grew up with dictate our appearance and how we present ourselves. Our family tells us how we should look. Our ties to culture, tradition and family are one of the first things that people notice about us. Our capacity for quiet inner work is focused on the creation of a persona. We bring our private inner life to the forefront of our personality. We have a traditional viewpoint. Everything that went into building the foundation of our personality is apparent to other people. Having a family creates a self-image. “Family man.” “Mother.” The way we feel about domesticity has an impact on our behavior. We find emotional security through the creation of a persona. Our family and culture must orient itself to the way that we present ourselves, the way that we look and the persona we cultivate.

Ruler of the 4th house in the 2nd house

The activities of the 4th house serve the agenda of the 2nd house. Familial relationships, cultural inheritances, and family traditions serve our physical security and survival needs, for better or worse. The familial relationships we develop must meet our survival needs. Family, culture and tradition affect how physically secure we feel. Our cultural traditions are oriented to making money. The traditions we grew up with inform our values. Family tells us how we should make a living. Our capacity for quiet inner work is focused on creating financial security. We bring our private inner life to the realm of making a living. We have traditional views about money and personal values. Everything that went into building the foundation of our personality affects our feelings of grounded security. Our approach to finance is clan-conscious. We approach our value system with our cultural upbringing in mind. We like to make domestic purchases. We like buying things for the house. Family life creates the urge to own things. Having a family affects the way we look at money. Having a family makes us question our survival needs. Having a family gives shape to our personal values. We find emotional security through owning material things. Home is a place where we collect things. Home is a possession. Owning a home makes us feel physically secure. Our country should be a place that espouses our personal values. Our country is a place that should make us feel safe and should take care of our survival needs.

Ruler of the 4th house in the 3rd house

The activities of the 4th house serve the agenda of the 3rd house. Familial relationships, cultural inheritances, and family traditions serve communication. Family life interactions influence daily conversations. Family must bend to our need to be on the go and make connections. Home life has an influence on our day to day thoughts and activities. We bring our private inner self with us when we write, keep a journal or write a blog. Real estate is a topic of conversation. Country, home, tradition, and family are topics of conversation. Relationships with parents influence the way we communicate. Our cultural traditions influence our communication style. Family traditions dictate what we talk about. Cultural upbringing has a strong bearing on our thoughts. Feeling included or rejected by our family influences our day to day interactions. Family traditions and expectations influence our capacity to write, teach, and speak. Feelings about home and country influence our thoughts, writing and ideas. We find emotional security through diary writing, journal keeping, gossiping and making connections with people. We live with siblings. Home is a place to have lively conversations. Home is a place where people come and go.

Ruler of the 4th house in the 4th house

The activities of the 4th house serve the agenda of the 4th house. Familial relationships, cultural inheritances, and family traditions serve the need to feel emotionally safe and secure, and to put down roots. Interacting with family members affects our feelings of emotional safety. Private time is spent with family. Family has an affect on our private inner life. Home and family are synonymous, for better or worse. Roots and traditions inform who we are at the core. Relationships with parents forms our foundation. Feeling at home in the world is an issue. Feeling safe is an issue. Needing privacy is an issue. We might have an inability to wrest ourselves from our family, home and heritage. Family traditions have a strong bearing on our psychological foundation. Family is an anchor. Home and family bring up strong core feelings, for better or worse. We want a family for the sake of having a family. We want a private space to call home. We want a home of our own.

Ruler of the 4th house in the 5th house

The activities of the 4th house serve the agenda of the 5th house. Familial relationships, cultural inheritances, and family traditions serve personal self-expression and creativity. Our cultural, family and country traditions are expressive and creative. We use our heritage as a means of personal expression. Family relationships revolve around children. Family traditions revolve around the arts, theater, music and play. Family traditions are creative and playful. Our inner sense of privacy and retreat expresses itself through an interest in art or music. Our inner core self expresses itself through our hobbies and interests. The foundation of who we are is oriented to romance and play. Family interactions influence our ability to relax and have fun, for better or worse. Parental relationships affect our capacity for creative self-expression. Our psychological foundation orients itself towards creative self-expression. One parent influences our creative passion. Parents take a role in the lives of our children. Home is centered on creative self-expression. Home life is oriented towards sports and creative passions. Home life is oriented to raising children. Home is theatrical and dramatic. One parent is a performer or entertainer. We live at the theater. We find emotional security through performance.

Ruler of the 4th house in the 6th house

The activities of the 4th house serve the agenda of the 6th house. Creating close familial relationships, understanding roots, and embracing cultural traditions serve routine, employment, health, body-mind awareness and caring for animals. Our cultural, family and country traditions influence our daily routine. Family traditions play a part in determining what type of work we will choose. Family patterns influence our view on health. Our family experience is oriented to diet and health concerns, for better or worse. Home life affects our health. We bring our inner family patterns to our daily job. We bring our need for familial relationships to job situations. Our feelings about home and family must bend to our need for daily employment. Family traditions are routine. Our parents influence our view on health and diet. Family can like a job. The way we perceive our family affects the way we see employee and coworker relationships. We bring a sense of home and family to our dealings with animals. We want to take care of coworkers, employees and animals. Our inner sense of privacy and retreat expresses itself through our choice of daily routines. Our inner core self expresses itself through the work we choose to do on a daily basis. The foundation of who we are is oriented towards daily work, care for animals and health concerns. Family interactions influence our capacity for mind-body awareness. We live on the job. We seek emotional security through health and diet.

Ruler of the 4th house in the 7th house

King of the castleThe activities of the 4th house serve the agenda of the 7th house. Familial relationships, cultural inheritances, and family traditions serve significant one-to-one relationships. Our cultural, family and country traditions dictate what kind of partner we will choose. Family traditions play a part in determining who we see as the enemy. Family patterns influence our view on marriage. Our home life affects our ability to have close, significant relationships. We bring our inner family patterns to our marriage and significant partnerships. We bring our need for familial relationships to our need for significant relationships. Our ideas of what family is must meet what our partner wants. Our ideas of what home is must fit in with the partner’s viewpoint. Our feelings for home and country must bend to the partner’s view. Our sense of home orients itself to the needs of the partner. We find emotional security by forming significant relationships. We feel rooted when we form significant relationships. We create family traditions with our partner. We live with our partner.

Ruler of the 4th house in the 8th house

The activities of the 4th house serve the agenda of the 8th house. Familial relationships, cultural inheritances, and family traditions serve the need to gain support from other people, deal with emotional baggage, and form intimate bonds with other people. Our cultural, family and country traditions influence our attitude to sex. Family traditions play a part in determining what we consider taboo. Family patterns influence our ability to deal with complex emotional situations. Home life affects our ability to form intense bonds with other people. We bring our inner family patterns to our sex lives. Our need for familial relationships influences our choice in sex partners. Our idea of home must bend to serve the needs of releasing emotional trauma. Our feelings about home and country influence our ability to deal with emotional and material debt. Our psychological foundation is oriented to understanding the motivations of other people. We find emotional security by forming deep relationships with other people. We feel rooted when we form intense bonds with other people. We feel rooted when we deal with our material debts. We create family traditions that other people might find taboo. We make a home through the support of other people.

Ruler of the 4th house in the 9th house

The activities of the 4th house serve the agenda of the 9th house. Familial relationships, cultural inheritances, and family traditions serve to broaden our horizons. Our cultural, family and country traditions influence our attitude to other cultures and their traditions and beliefs. Family traditions play a part in determining what our belief system. Family patterns influence our understanding of religion and mysticism. Home life affects our ability to travel and have foreign experiences. We bring our inner family patterns to our experience of other cultures. Our need for familial relationships influences the way we interact with people from other countries. Our idea of home must bend to serve our need to get out and see the world. Feelings about our own home and country influence our desire to visit other countries. Our psychological foundation is oriented to understanding the beliefs of other people. We find emotional security by understanding traditions that are not our own. We feel rooted when we gain knowledge. We feel rooted when we expand our mind. We create family traditions that are based on the traditions of other people and cultures. We make our home in a foreign country or with foreign people. We live far away from our family. We find emotional security in other countries, among foreign people.

Ruler of the 4th house in the 10th house

The activities of the 4th house serve the agenda of the 10th house. Familial relationships, cultural inheritances, and family traditions serve finding a vocation, gaining recognition, becoming an authority, and securing status in society. Our cultural, family and country traditions influence the way we perceive authority figures. Family traditions play a part in determining what vocation we will choose. Family patterns influence our pursuit of awards and status. Home life affects our ability to get out in the world and make a name for ourselves. We bring our inner family patterns to our experience professional life. Our need for familial relationships influences the way we make professional relationships. Our idea of home must bend to serve our need for accomplishment. Feelings about home and country influence our choice of vocation. Our psychological foundation is oriented to achieving fame and recognition. We find emotional security by assuming authority. We feel rooted when we gain responsibility. We feel rooted when we gain social status. We create family traditions that are based on our professional culture. We live at work.

Ruler of the 4th house in the 11th house

The activities of the 4th house serve the agenda of the 11th house. Familial relationships, cultural inheritances, and family traditions serve long-term goal, social reform and groups of like-minded people. Our cultural, family and country traditions influence who we call “friend.” Family traditions play a part in determining which groups of people we will associate with. Family patterns influence what kind of social reform we want. Home life affects our ability to realize our hopes and dreams. We bring our inner family patterns to our experience of friendship. Our need for familial relationships influences the way that we make friends. Our idea of home must bend to serve the larger community. Our psychological foundation is oriented to social reform. Our psychological foundation is oriented to bringing creative talents to an audience. We find emotional security by being involved with groups of like-minded individuals. We feel rooted when we have a cause. We feel rooted when we find our audience. We create family traditions based on our ideas for reform. We live with friends.

Ruler of the 4th house in the 12th house

The activities of the 4th house serve the agenda of the 12th house. Familial relationships, cultural inheritances, and family traditions serve subconscious habit patterns, how we feel about being alone, the way we deal with grief and sorrow, and our ability to let go into formlessness. Our cultural, family and country traditions influence our ability to feel comfortable being alone. Family traditions play a part in determining our bad habits. Family patterns influence what kind of charity work we do. Our experience of family life informs our understanding of charity and helping those in need. We bring our inner family patterns to our experience of solitude, meditation and spiritual retreat. Our need for familial relationships influences the way we look at spirituality. Our idea of home must bend to serve our need for solitude. Family life must bend to meet our desire for retreat. Our psychological foundation is oriented to spending time alone. Our psychological foundation is oriented to helping those in need. We find emotional security by being charitable. We feel rooted when we can be quiet and meditate. We feel rooted when we release bad habits. We create family traditions based on our ideas of spirituality. We live in isolated or spiritually oriented surroundings.

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5 Responses to “Ruler of the 4th House in Houses”

  1. Mmouse says:

    Very clear concise and well written

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    • Michelle says:

      Thank you Mmouse. What is your 4th house ruler and in which house is it?

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  2. Guest says:

    I’ve just began to learn about house rulers and I was wondering which sign to take in account when there are two…? Is the sign where the IC fall the most “4th house like”? = l I have the IC on Sagittarius which would make the ruler of it in the 10th house.. but at the same time my 4th house share the Capricorn sign.. (which would make its ruler in the 4th house itself)
    Thanks for all the informations btw!

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    • Michelle says:

      The standard way to do it would be to look at the sign on the cusp of the 4th house, in your case that would be Sagittarius and the ruler of your 4th house would be Jupiter. 

      Thanks for reading :)

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  3. Outerplanets says:

    In my case i have aries on the cusp of the 4th house, and Mars is in the 9th house …  We make our home in a foreign country or with foreign people. We live far away from our family. We find emotional security in other countries, among foreign people.    I WOULD LOVE TO LIVE IN A FOREIGN COUNTRY  :)

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